The Bushehr nuclear power plant, being built by Russia in Iranian territory, will be running in late August to produce electricity, the head of the Iranian nuclear program. "The test to 40 percent of the facilities of the plant was successfully carried out (...) We will be able to get to work and the central electricity grid by the end of the month of Ramadan with an initial production of 40 percent," Fereydoun Abbassi assured Davani this Sunday, in a statement to Al-Alam channel. The nuclear scientist, who has been referenced by the UN as being connected to secret nuclear activities, he added that "the plant will reach full capacity" of megawatts between November and December this year. "At the time, we will organize an official ceremony and we propose that the Russian President Dmitri Medvedev come to Iran to witness this occasion," concluded the head. The nuclear power plant, the first Iranian territory is being built in the port city of Bushehr by the Russian company Rosatom. She must have been initially completed in 1999, four years after the commencement of work, but since then has suffered multiple delays, which would begin operating later this month.